Most Expensive Bond Market in History Has Come Unhinged. Or Not.
Global yields are lowest since at least 1871, says Jack Malvey; term premiums in U.S., Japan, Germany and U.K. turn negative.
Germany is new battlefield for drugmakers facing price scrutiny
Manufacturers get to name their own price in Germany, but only for one year.
Gross’ Fund Rises After Tweaking ‘Shorts of a Lifetime’
The Janus (ex-Pimco) fund manager anticipated a slump for German debt and Chinese equities; Janus Global up 0.8% in July, 1.6% YTD.
5 top LTCI rescue ideas from other countries
The United States isn't the only place where millions of boomers are getting ready to retire.
Retirement priorities in U.S. comparable to levels worldwide
Between 65 and 89 percent of survey respondents globally acknowledge the need to save more, both generally and specifically for retirement.
U.S. vs. Germany: ‘No Contest,’ says LPL’s Canally
The World Cup match should be thrilling, but the economic contest has a clear winner, says economist John Canally.
German insurers see shareholder backlash risk in dividend clamp
A German government proposal to restrict life insurers’ dividend payments risks deterring investors.
Eurozone markets are a mixed bag
The winners and losers in Europe's markets right now might surprise you.
Commenters seek tweaks in U.S.-EU Dialogue Project
Officials say they are seeking greater breadth but want to keep the hopeful, collaborative tone of the current draft.
Plan to Rescue German Banks Stokes Fears of Crisis
New German government plans to rescue its banks and insurers sent the clearest signal yet that a European banking crisis could be imminent.